ABOUT

"Not Everyone can be famous. But everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service" - Martin Luther King 

Alyssa Junious has a deep passion for the performing arts and her work is influenced by her varied training in dance, music and theatre. She received her B.F.A in Performance from the University of California, Irvine.

Professionally Alyssa has danced for Disneyland Resort, Entity Contemporary Dance Company, IsadoraNOW, Visionary Dance Theatre, and PGK Dance Project. While dancing for Disneyland Resort, she performed with Demi Lovato, Anika Noni Rose, and Cheryl Burke. She recently has worked with La Jolla Playhouse and San Diego Musical Theatre.

San Diego Dance Connect

Alyssa is looking forward to being a part of SDDC's Steering Committee. As a committee member she looks forward to connecting with more dancers, dance companies and dance communities in San Diego. 

MISSION

To strengthen the dance community by providing opportunities to network, communicate, advocate, and share resources.

San Diego Dance Connect empowers the dance community to create a more sustainable and visible dance ecosystem in the San Diego region.

Soultry Sisters

Soultry Sisters was co-founded by Alyssa and her sister Toni. It is a community-based organization that empowers women to live creative and healthy lives in North County San Diego.  We curate events, workshops, mixers and meetups for women centered around arts, wellness, and sisterhood.

William Male Foundation

Alyssa received a mentorship grant through the William Male Foundation. She was able to received vocal and acting lessons in preparation for pursuing musical theatre. 
Professional development for artists can get overlooked and sometimes the resources aren't as accessible to independent artists. 
The William Male Foundation believes in giving support directly to artists who are connected to the San Diego community as well as artist who art wanting to professionally develop and diversify their skill set. 
Alyssa is now a member of the selection committee. She is an arts advocate and enjoys helping other San Diego artists grow and thrive.
The William Male Foundation awards grants twice a year. For more information click the learn more tab. 
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